Monday, May 23
Nanticoke Area 15,
The Trojanettes went deep to overpower Lehman in three innings of a District 2 Class 3A playoff opener.
Chloe VanGorder had two of Lehman’s three hits.
Friday, May 20
Pittston Area 6,
Lake-Lehman fell to Pittston Area, 6-1, in the PIAA Class 3A first round.
Lake-Lehman cut the deficit to 5-1 in the fifth when Tyler Kolb doubled and scored on Hunter Nice’s second hit.
Thursday, May 19
Hanover Area 5
Jill Ambrose went 4-for-4 with a double, scored four runs and drove home two as the Black Knights banged out 17 hits in a non-league victory.
Abbey Hogan added three hits and also doubled while driving home three runs. Kaley Egan and Miranda Parry each rapped two hits, including a double apiece, and combined for three RBI and a run scored.
Scranton Prep 7,
The No. 11 Cavaliers broke a 4-4 tie with three runs in the sixth to oust No. 6 Dallas.
J.D. Barrett went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI for the Mountaineers. Drew Patton was 3 for 3.
Delaware Valley 16,
Kirsten Dunn, Maecy Chlebowski and Bailey Fedun all scored three goals as No. 4 Delaware Valley dispatched Dallas in a District 2 quarterfinal game.
The Warriors took a commanding 7-0 halftime lead and out-scored Dallas by eight goals in the second half. Mindy Ratchford scored the lone goal for the Mountaineers. Keely Patton made eight saves in goal in defeat.
Scranton Prep 9 (OT)
Alicia Galasso scored six goals and the Black Knights needed every one of them to fend off pesky Prep in an extra period.
The game was tight throughout, as Lehman held a 5-4 advantage at halftime.
Jess Evans and Kate Roberts both finished with a goal and two assists for Lehman, which will face Coughlin in a semifinal game Tuesday.
Wednesday, May 18
Dallas seniors Anthony DeLuca and Frank Bevevino advanced to the quarterfinals before being eliminated from the District 2 boys tennis doubles tournament May 18.
DeLuca-Bevevino, the tournament’s seventh-seeded team, won twice in straight sets before being eliminated. They defeated Crestwood’s Nick Andrews-Kyle Gegaris, 6-3, 6-4, and MMI Prep’s Jonathan Smith-Ethan Spear, 6-4, 7-6 (7-2), before losing to the second-seeded team of Eamon Gibbons-Sam Desai from Wyoming Seminary, 6-2, 6-1.
Joe Bevevino-Cameron Tuck, the other Dallas team, won once before it was knocked out. Bevevino-Tuck beat Mid Valley’s Christian Reece-Josh Mulea, 6-2, 6-4, then extended the eighth-seeded team of Josh Wychock-Chris Kocon from Holy Redeemer to three sets before losing, 7-5, 4-6, 6-0.
Maddie Kelley pitched a strong game for Dallas (3-11). She finished with seven strikeouts and three of the seven hits she allowed were infield singles.
“We’re just really young and not making the plays we should be making,” said Dallas coach Joyce Tinner, whose team has no seniors and started four freshmen and three sophomores. “Tunkhannock came to play today and they have a tough ball club. They’re going to be tough to beat.”
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